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Cape officials overhaul sign rules

CAPE ELIZABETH — A U.S. Supreme Court ruling on a church billboard in Arizona has prompted Cape Elizabeth to propose a complete overhaul of its sign ordinance.  More...

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December is ... AIDS Awareness Month

Knowledge important in the fight against HIV/AIDS   According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 25 million people have died from HIV/AIDS since the onset of the epidemic roughly 30 years ago. More...

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The Sentry accepts calendar listings from nonprofit organizations. Submissions must be received 10 days prior to publication. Please email your listing to and indicate the date of your event in the reference line. More...

Nominations arrive for Great Person Award

It’s time for the Sentry Great Person Award nominations.  Each year we ask our readers to tell us who has influenced their lives. More...

Chamber dedicated to manager

CAPE ELIZABETH — During a recent reception at the Purpoodock Club, more than 200 Cape Elizabeth residents gathered to bid farewell to outgoing town manager Michael McGovern. More...

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Cape harbors committee: No fishermen?

CAPE ELIZABETH — At its most recent meeting, the Cape Elizabeth Town Council unanimously approved a slate of 27 appointees (including some reappointments) to various volunteer groups, drawing in the process some criticism over its picks for an More...

Marijuana moratorium passed in Cape, expected in South Portland

As the recount of all ballots in November vote to legalize recreational use of marijuana slogs on, area towns are moving to adopt a temporary bans on the licensing of retail sales or cultivation facilities within their borders, just in case the appar More...

Catholic school seeks graduates

Next year St. James School in Biddeford will celebrate the 25th anniversary of when three area Catholic schools – St. Joseph’s, St. Mary’s and St. Andre’s – came together in 1992 to form one unified school, St. James. More...